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AustLit for Teachers and Students in Universities and TAFEs

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  • AustLit has been a staple of Australian and international university teaching, research, and publication for two decades.

    AustLit's rich biographical and bibliographical records (now numbering over one million) provide the most comprehensive single resource on Australian story-telling in all its forms, including the unique BlackWords dataset of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander story-telling.

    In addition, AustLit has a number of specialist functions specifically designed to aid tertiary use. Select a tile below to learn more.

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      Research and Publications

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      Full Text

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      ASAL

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      TAL : Teaching Aust. Lit.

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      Cirrus

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      Interns and Scholars

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      AustLit User Guides

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